It is a former socialist minister with this remark, full of humour made during the last presidential campaign about the project which had been French prime minister François Fillon put in 39 hours in the public service : “In my ministry, it should really go very gradually : first, go to 32 hours, then 33 hours, 34 hours, 35 hours, etc,” The publication on Tuesday 26 march by the Figaro of the conclusions of a report by the general Inspectorate of finance (IGF) awarded in February to the minister of the Action and of the public Accounts Gérald Darmanin has reignited the debate…
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